Giving and receiving feedback is incredibly important for professional and personal growth. It also helps ensure all team members are on the same page and can significantly improve project quality and outcomes. But giving good, actionable feedback often isn’t something we’re taught. Here’s some tips to help you provide better feedback the next time someone asks.
The workplace is a much different dynamic than a classroom, group project meeting, club event, or get-together with friends. It can often be challenging to know just how you’re supposed to act when you go into the office for the first time, start a position at a new company, or switch to a new team. Here’s a few tips to maintain your professionalism in the workplace.
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In most cases, your resume is your first introduction to an employer. You only have one page to catch a recruiter’s attention, summarize your previous experiences, highlight your skills, and prove why you’re the best fit for the role. While that might seem daunting, there are some tried and true tips to ensure your resume exceeds expectations.